SCUBAPRO EVERDRY 4 - MALE

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SCUBAPRO Everdry 4 


Offering a compression resistant Drysuit that is as streamlined and comfortable as a wetsuit, whilst offering the benefits of year round diving!




Design attention was paid to making sure the diver has maxium comfort and cold water protection at all times.


Made of 4mm High Density neoprene, makes for a light and soft yet durable suit.


Featuring strong seams, Si-Tech Valves for control, neoprene neck seal, and a heavy duty metal BDM Zipper.


Whilst Neoprene Socks provide flexibility for footwear choice.


So in essence, the SCUBAPRO Everdry 4 fits like a glove, offers excellent range of motion, and most importantly, keeps body heat in and cold water out.



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SCUBAPRO Compressed Neoprene Drysuits... Offering a compression resistant Drysuit that is as streamlined and comfortable as a wetsuit, whilst offering the benefits of year round diving!


SCUBAPRO Everdry 4 - Starting with the outside

Made of 4mm High Density neoprene, this suit is designed to be lighter and softer that traditional Neo Drysuits by up to 50%.

We have seams are triple-glued and double-thread blind-stitched on the outside, (inside they are coated with liquid polymer). This creates a very long lasting waterproof seam.

Using Si-Tech Valves for air dump and inflation - reliable control of buoyancy is guaranteed.

We have maxium anti-abrasion protection on the shoulders and knees, made of a printed design on to heavy-duty fabric panels.

We have SCUBAPRO I-Safe straps on both arms, great for keeping your instruments safe, and a large cargo pocket with bungee and hooks for excellent storage.

The Everdry 4 suit features neoprene socks, which can be worn comfortable under either neoprene boots, or drysuit boots.


SCUBAPRO Everdry 4 -Turning to the inside

Design attention was paid to making sure the diver has maxium comfort and cold water protection at all times.

Featuring Blue suspenders to help with supporting the suit between dives. Whilst the colour is easy to find whilst putting the suit on.

Next we have the Seals, a critical part on a drysuit so SCUBAPRO have gone with a Smooth Skin fold under Neoprene Neck Seal, and ultra-smooth wrist seals. Continuing to make sure all openings are water tight, we then have a HEAVY-DUTY rear BDM metal drysuit zipper. Running shoulder to shoulder. Further protection provided by a neoprene over-flap.


So in summary, the SCUBAPRO Everdry 4 fits like a glove, offers excellent range of motion, and most importantly, keeps body heat in and cold water out.


All Everdry suits include an anatomically shaped hood / carry bag / low pressure hose / repair kit & owner's manual.

Available now in a range of sizes - Men: S - 3XL / Women: XS - XL


Fitting Instructions:

5.1 Donning the drysuit

• First remove all jewelry and watch as it could tear wrist seals.

• Lay the suit out flat and do a quick overall inspection to insure it is in good order.

• Dust the inside of the latex seals with talc.

• Lubricate the zipper with the wax stick provided in the repair kit.

• Fold the torso of the suit inside out over the legs to about waist level, so the suspenders are exposed.

• Make sure the suspenders are correctly attached, and are not tangled or twisted

• Sit down if possible and insert foot first into the suit, making sure you do not tangle foot in suspender.

• Grasp suit material at calf level and gently ease foot into boot. Pull up on leg.

• Repeat with other leg.

• Grasp torso and ease suit up so that the crotch of the suit is correctly positioned.

• Raise suspenders over shoulders and adjust so they support the weight of the suit.

• When present, fold the neoprene outer cuffs back away from the seals.

• Insert first arm all the way, taking care with the seal when pushing hand through.

• Repeat with second arm. Try to make sure the inside zipper flap is not curled under during this process. Make sure that if the drysuit undergarment is equipped with thump loops, they are fully retracted, and not caught between the seal and your wrist. This will cause a leak.

• Grasp the top edge of the neck seal with both hands, fingers on the inner surface, thumbs on the outside. Make sure your fingernails do not tear the latex or smooth skin neoprene. Spread the opening wide enough to draw the neck seal over your head, and adjust so it is comfortable. (Note: some divers prefer to don the neck seal first, inserting the arms after. This is a matter of personal preference).

• Have your buddy make sure the drysuit undergarment is correctly positioned under the latex seal so that there will be no cold spots.

• Instruct your buddy to draw the zipper closed from left to right, keeping one finger in front of the slider to prevent clothing and foreign object damage to the teeth. Make sure the slider is drawn tight up against the rubber stop on the right-hand side. If the slider is not tight against the stop, the zipper will leak.

• Attach the low pressure hose with quick disconnect fitting to the inflate valve by pulling back on the fitting and inserting it over the valve stem. Depress the side inflate button briefly to ensure the valve is working properly. Air will enter the suit, partially inflating it. Disconnect the low pressure inflate hose.

• To check the proper function of the exhaust valve, turn it to the “OPEN” or “-“ position and crouch to your knees. The suit should deflate and you should hear the air escaping from the valve.

• Hood Pull the hood over your head and position comfortably. Tuck the neck of the hood under the neoprene neck cuff for a more watertight seal and better insulation.

• Gloves Pull on each glove and fold the neoprene outer cuff over the glove for a more watertight seal and better insulation. If using dry gloves, make sure the instructions for use are respected.


  • NOTE: Latex is an excellent watertight seal material but has virtually no insulation value. It is important to adjust the neoprene wrist and neck over cuffs properly so that they help insulate the latex seal against the cold water. This feature is an important advantage over drysuits that use unprotected latex seals. The outer cuffs also protect the latex seals from abrasion and UV degradation. 5.2 Doffing the drysuit To take off the drysuit, follow the same procedures for donning the suit, but in reverse order

Please note all cuffs and neck seals are checked before despatching. If any damage occurs during the donning process Aquanauts will not accept responibility.

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 1.2.3SP
Weight in Kg 0.1000
Manufacturer Scubapro
MPN 1.2.3-mens

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